Sloan is a Toronto-based alternative rock quartet from Halifax, Nova Scotia. The band formed in 1991, and released their first EP, Peppermint EP, in 1992.
The band plans to release their tenth studio album, The Double Cross, in 2011 to mark their twentieth anniversary as a group.
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Sloan's second album, Twice Removed, was released in 1994 and sold well in Canada but was not heavily promoted. Spin Magazine named it one of the "Best Albums You Didn't Hear" in 1994. As well, it was named the best Canadian album ever recorded in a 1996 reader poll by the Canadian music magazine Chart, and again in 2005.
In 1996, they released the widely praised One Chord to Another on their own Murderecords label. Sloan continued to release albums, including 1999's live album 4 Nights at the Palais Royale. In 2003, they released their ninth album, Action Pact, with their new American record label. A Sides Win: Singles 1992-2005, including two new songs, "All Used Up" and "Try to Make It", was released on May 3, 2005. The package includes a DVD featuring music videos and live performances for each of the compilation's songs, including documentary footage of the videos' making.